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Out now for consoles, Rocketcat Games and Madgarden's Death Road to Canada brings players the joy of trying desperately to leave a post-apocalyptic America overrun by zombies to the greener pastures of Canada. Bringing you our review of Death Road to Canada is Seamus Mullins, who knows a thing or two about survival. Well, not really.

Because he lost many a group in search of fresh maple syrup.

This is the sheer brutality of Death Road to Canada, a survival action-RPG with permadeath all rolled-up in a cross-country road trip across a zombie-filled United States. One moment you're on top of the world, with enough food to last your group for days, plenty of ammunition to keep the hordes away, and enough morale to conduct a series of post-apocalyptic TED talks. But one wrong move and you and your party could be cornered and wiped out in seconds. Or, you might lose all your invaluable supplies due to one bad decision or in a random event. After that, all that's left is to try again in hopes of one day reaching the last remaining bastion of safety - Oh Canada.


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